Following up on my list of my13 best looking motorcycles of all time; herein are presented motorcycles that, to me, are styling mistakes of the first order. I really didnât want to call them ugly, but Webster defines ugly as âoffensive to the sightâ and these are to me. I know many of them are fine bikes that have a lot of redeeming characteristics that could make people want to own them, but not for me. I mean, and no disrespect to those of you who have any of them, Iâd be embarrassed to be found dead in a ditch alongside almost all of them. There are as many âcategoryâ and âtiesâ here as individual bikes; and thatâs because some choices are too hard to make. So without further ado 13) Cagiva Gran Canyon- this is really a category pick, with the category being big trailie type bikes (or Adventure Tourers as the manufacturers call them in vain hopes of adding a little cachet). Theyâre pretty much all pretty weird looking and the Gran Canyon isnât really any weirder than the rest. Itâs just that my styling expectations are so high with Italians that my disappointment makes me call it out. I really feel bad about mentioning this category of bike because they are all excellent bikes across a really wide performance envelope: combining a level of on road, bad road, and even light trail work performance that has to be experienced to be believed. And the Gran Canyon is one of the most fun bikes Iâve ever ridden. In this genre, special kudos/boos to KTM for the 640 and 950 Adventures: bikes that work as well as they are ugly. Looking like a desperate styling attempt to âbe differentâ; they unfortunately succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. The flowing fairing/tank/seat treatment just gives me the willies. Nice exhaust setup, though.